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Influence of the Relative Molecular Orientation on Interfacial Charge-Transfer Excitons at Donor/Acceptor Nanoscale Heterojunctions

Influence of the Relative Molecular Orientation on Interfacial Charge-Transfer Excitons at Donor/Acceptor Nanoscale Heterojunctions

Mahdieh Aghamohammadi, Anton Fernández, Malte Schmidt, Ana Pérez-Rodríguez, Alejandro Rodolfo Goñi, Jordi Fraxedas, Guillaume Sauthier, Markos Paradinas, Carmen Ocal, and Esther Barrena*. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2014, 118 (27), pp 14833–14839

Prof. Daniel Shechtman Wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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Professor Shechtman, a professor of materials science at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel, a professor at Iowa State University, and a researcher at the United States Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering quasicrystals, a material in which icosahedral symmetry in combination with long-range orientational order are present.

Contrary to the previous belief that atoms were packed inside crystals in without five fold symmetry patterns, Shechtman showed that the atoms in a crystal could be packed in a pattern unlike all other materials reported to that time. The Barcelona Nanocluster (http://www.bnc-b.net) is starting a new scientific collaboration with the Technion, specifically with RBNI Nanotechnology Institute and three colaborative scientific projects have been approved and will start in November 2011

"Nobel impossible without microscope". See here an intervew to Prof Shechtman

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